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Basketball Boogie – Saturday Night Fever

Everyone channeled their inner ‘Saturday Night Fever’ for Basketball Boogie held on June 11th at the College Basketball Experience in the P&L District.  KU fans reveled in celebrating college sports — and benefiting a good cause, Bill and Cindy’s Assists Foundation.  Cindy and Coach Bill Self served as chairmen.  Guests enjoyed delicious food, star-studded entertainment from Disco Dick and the Mirror Balls and dazzling auction items.  Basketball Boogie proved to be an all-star night!

Also featured in the August 21st issue of The Independent

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Karleen and Laird Noller with Coach Bill Self


Creative_Photographic_20100611 (105) IMG_7697Baby Jay with members of KU Spirit Squad

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Scott Pollard and Greg Gurley

 

 

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